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U.S. DeathToll in Iraq Hits 900

Updated: 07/21/2004 - American soldiers in Iraq have been dying at a rate of two a day since Iraqis regained political control on June 28 — a drop from the deadliest months of violence before the handover but still about the same rate overall as in the 16 months since the U.S. invasion.

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More Questions Added To November Ballot

Updated: 07/21/2004 - In line with a court order, Nevada's secretary of state declared Wednesday that proposals to raise Nevada's hourly minimum wage and to block frivolous lawsuits have qualified for the November ballot.

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Civil Trial Begins in Death of Reno Officer

Updated: 07/21/2004 - Unkempt landscaping and a misplaced sign led to the death of Reno motorcycle police Officer Mike Schofield, a lawyer for the officer's widow said.

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Harrah's Profits Up On Higher Gaming Revenue

Updated: 07/21/2004 - Gambling giant Harrah's Entertainment Inc. said second-quarter profits jumped nearly 18 percent thanks to record results at its southern Nevada properties.

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Nevada Guard Squadron Called To Active Duty

Updated: 07/21/2004 - About 600 Nevada Army National Guard members will leave next month for an 18-month deployment in California, state military officials said Wednesday.

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Carson Fire Fully Contained, Acreage Count Up

Updated: 07/20/2004 - A fast-moving wildland fire that destroyed 15 homes in Nevada's capital city and burned more than 8,700 acres was fully contained Tuesday, fire officials said.

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9/11 Report Won't Say Attacks Preventable

Updated: 07/20/2004 - The Sept. 11 commission's final report won't declare that the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history was preventable, though some panelists said during the 20-month investigation they believed the hijackers could have been stopped.

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Judge Orders Question Onto November Ballot

Updated: 07/20/2004 - A judge ruled Tuesday that Nevadans should get to vote on proposals to raise Nevada's hourly minimum wage and to block frivolous lawsuits - even though state election officials said they don't qualify for the November ballot.

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West Nile Virus Found in Nevada

Updated: 07/20/2004 - A dead crow found in Nevada's capital has tested positive for the West Nile virus, in what officials said Monday is the first hard evidence of the virus in the state.

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Officials Outline Restoration Effort for Fire Ravaged Land

Updated: 07/20/2004 - Local, state and federal officials outlined plans Monday to restore land blackened by a fast-moving wildland fire that destroyed 15 homes in Nevada's capital city and forced the evacuation of hundreds more.

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Marine Who Disappeared Says He Did Not Desert

Updated: 07/19/2004 - Cpl. Wassef Ali Hassoun, the Marine who disappeared under mysterious circumstances while on duty in Iraq, insisted on Monday that he was captured by insurgents and that he is still a loyal Marine.

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Nevada Unemployment Up Slightly In June

Updated: 07/19/2004 - The state's unemployment rate increased a tenth of a percent between May and June, to 4.2 percent, as schools closed and the number of unemployed Nevadans jumped by nearly 10,000.

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Carson Wildfire Declared Nearly Contained, Rehab Underway

Updated: 07/18/2004 - As hundreds of firefighters mopped up the last of the embers from a fire that destroyed 15 homes and briefly threatened the governor's mansion, other crews were starting the job of replanting the scorched ground.

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State Concerned About Groundwater at Carlin Mine

Updated: 07/18/2004 - The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection is planning to investigate questions raised by two environmental groups regarding groundwater quality at Cortez Gold Mines operations southwest of Carlin.

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Raging SoCal Wildfire Jumps Fire Lines

Updated: 07/18/2004 - Dry temperatures and strong winds fanned a wildfire toward hundreds of homes Sunday in northern Los Angeles County, forcing about 1,000 people to flee their homes.

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CIA Chief Opposes Cabinet Intel Post

Updated: 07/18/2004 - Rejecting a recommendation expected this week from the Sept. 11 commission, the CIA's acting director said Sunday a new national intelligence chief is unnecessary and that intelligence agencies have made changes since the 2001 attacks to better protect the country.

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Tolliver Leads Rhoden, Quinn, Rypien at Tahoe Open

Updated: 07/17/2004 - Billy Joe Tolliver chipped in for an eagle Saturday to take a 2-point lead over Rick Rhoden, Dan Quinn and Mark Rypien through two rounds of the $500,000 American Century celebrity golf championship at Lake Tahoe.

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Carson Fire 50 Percent Contained, Some Question Response

Updated: 07/17/2004 - As evacuated residents were allowed back into their homes Saturday, some questioned whether firefighters responded quickly enough to douse the blaze before it exploded out of control, destroying 16 houses.

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Reno Judge Blocks Thursday Execution

Updated: 07/17/2004 - A judge has blocked Thursday's scheduled execution of a man convicted of murder in Reno, saying the warrant ordering Terry Dennis' death was issued improperly.

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Containment of Carson Wildfire Grows, Official Wary

Updated: 07/16/2004 - The "meanest, ugliest" wildfire to hit Nevada's capital has been blocked from torching more homes by an army of firefighters that managed to get a line around half of the 7,600-acre blaze on Friday.

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Martha Stewart Given Five-Month Prison Term

Updated: 07/16/2004 - Choking back tears and pleading for leniency, Martha Stewart was sentenced to five months in prison Friday for lying about a stock sale.

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